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The Behaviour Analysis and Consultation Services (BAC) program is designed to cover a wide range of services for persons with a wide range of neurodevelopmental needs, including Autism, trauma, attachment disruption, and mental health where behavioural challenges are causing functional impairment in the home, school, or community.

The BAC program provides families of children with Autism in rural and remote communities’ access to RASP qualified professionals to assess, develop Intervention Plans, and oversee Behaviour Intervention funded through MCFD’s Autism Funding Program.  The BAC program also provides in home Consultation to address challenging behaviours.  The BAC program provides a multi-tiered behaviour support mode, in rural and remote communities, that allows staff to tailor services around each family’s unique needs.

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This Program receives funding from the Ministry of Children and Family Development.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    1) Who is Positive Behaviour Support For?

    The Behaviour Analysis and Consultation program serves children and youth (aged 4-18) with one or more of the following:

    Neurodevelopmental disorders

    • Persistent emotional, mental health, developmental and/or behavioural needs that cause functional impairment in the home, school or community
    • Who are eligible for the Ministry’s Childrena nd Youth with Special Needs Family Support Services (Autism Funding Programs, At Home Program, or Child and Youth with Developmental or Intellectual Disability)
    • Who may have experienced adverse life events including trauma, neglect, abuse and/or separation and loss which contribute to behavioural challenges
    • The services are augmenting services through the Autism Funding Program and they require an assessment by RASP list consultant

    * Some restrictions to age and geographic location do exist. Please talk to program staff for details.

     

    2) Where are the Services Available?

    The Behaviour Analysis & Consultation Services North is available to families throughout Northern BC. We serve families in communities from Quesnel north to the Yukon border and from Haida Gwaii east to the Alberta border and rural and remote communities.

    *Augmenting Autism Funding services are provided in any community except Prince George.

     

    3) What does the program provide?

    The Behaviour Analysis and Consultation (BAC) Services program is designed to cover a wide range of services for persons with a wide range of neurodevelopmental needs, including Autism, trauma, attachment disruption, and mental health where behavioural challenges are causing functional impairment in the home, school, or community. The BAC program provides families of children with Autism in rural and remote communities’ access to RASP qualified professionals to assess, developIntervention Plans, and oversee Behaviour Intervention funded through MCFD’s Autism Funding Program. The BAC program also provides in home Consultation to address challenging behaviours. Upon intake, families undergo and initial needs assessment to determine their level of need. Families can then access caregiver training, a Behaviour Analyst to conduct a Functional Behaviour Assessment and create a Positive Behaviour Support Plan, or a combination of both. The BAC program provides a multi-tiered behaviour support model, in rural and remote communities, that allows staff to tailor services around each family’s unique needs.

     

    4) How Much Does the Program Cost?

    The Behaviour Analysis and Consultation services are free to families. This program is funded by the Ministry of Children and Family Development. It does not come out of or affect a family’s Autism Funding.

     

    5) How Do I Refer to the Program?

    This program is free to eligible families.

    Referrals for services to help augment the autism funding program may come directly from families.

    All other referrals to the Behaviour Analysis and Consultation services must come through the Ministry of Children and family Development, or staff of a delegated Aboriginal agency. If you are interested in accessing the service, please contact your MCFD worker to discuss a referral.

Contact Information

Tel: 250-561-1194Fax: 250-561-1195
101-575 Brunswick Street
Prince George
BC
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Hours of Operation

Note: Service Hours are dependent on family needs.